3 Hard Truths Every Young Owner Must Embrace

Okay, so here you are about to embark on your journey as a business owner. You are young, idealistic and uniquely suited to the task at hand. You are ready to make the tough calls, suffer the consequences of mistakes and celebrate your wins … but have you come to grips with the 3 harsh truths that every young CEO must embrace?

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Taco Bell Makes Strategic Decision to Fire Drunk Brand Manager

Building a recognizable brand that attracts customers requires a lot of investment. Companies spend millions each year on efforts to bring their brands to the forefront. Almost every company strives to create brands that become household names, because they want their brands to become well known. Even so, the old cliché that all publicity is good publicity does not hold true for building brands. Popularity is favorable, but notoriety can damage a brand that took decades to build, in just a few seconds.

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Fox Announces New GOP Debate Lineup: Can the Bottom Tier Recover?

The next debate scheduled for November 10th comes in two airings – the first at 7 p.m. eastern and the second at 9 p.m. eastern. In case you’re wondering, the most desired slot is the 9 p.m. prime-time one.

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Luxury Housing and You: What to Know

Most people have a general idea of what their dream homes should look like. The dream very rarely lacks ambition. Whether you want a penthouse suite overlooking a city skyline or a beachfront home with a breathtaking ocean view, most of us dream of owning a luxury home. When purchasing that home, however, you discover a plethora of options to choose or not. Actually buying the house turns into the easy part. Here are four things you should know about luxury housing.

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CNBC Gets Ratings, but Whiffs Debate Management

There have now been (at least) four presidential primary debates. Three for the GOP and one for the DEMs. Fox hosted one of these debates, and CNN took two of the others. The fourth went to CNBC, an established network with an opportunity to shine. Unfortunately for both the network and its viewers, they are largely considered to have wasted the opportunity. Continue reading CNBC Gets Ratings, but Whiffs Debate Management

Guide to Real Estate Development: Organizing for development

Purchasing a piece of land for a potential development is known as speculative development. Generally, real estate development is quite a risky endeavor because it is dependent on the public sector for approvals and infrastructure. In addition, real estate development is a long-term investment with little or no positive cash flow.
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